The most disturbing thing about this two-hour cable telefilm is its cynicism and the fact that none of the characters seemed redeemed, or at least changed, by their experiences. This is not to say it…
Writer Harley Peyton has created a detective series with echoes of everything from "Spenser: for Hire" to "Moonlighting," from "It Happened One Night" to "Roman Holiday"-- but without the class. This…
Guests: John Goodman, Drew Barrymore, Tony Randall.
Space, the final frontier. These are the voyagers of the ... oh wait, that one's been used. But you'd be excused for thinking of shows like "Star Trek" when watching NBC's big-budget…
Boosted into primetime, Saturday ayem series about high school students beginning at California U. should charm young teenagers and their juniors with its broad humor, but others will probably stick…
Weinberger; writers-creators-story, Blasucci, Marc Flanagan, Sam Simon; music, Stephen Graziano; song, title music performed by Carly Simon.
Cops are in for another run at comedy, but this opening chapter, written and created by Larry Levin, works too hard and comes up with too little genuine humor to make an arrest. Chances of anyone…
Robert Townsen d's entry into series television is filled with wry wit and acerbic writing, a blend that is sure to invite comparison to "In Living Color," the groundbreaking
Decent script by Raul Fernandez turns done-to-death premise into an engaging time-filler aimed at a young teen audience. Originally titled "Boys Will Be Girls," it could be a lot worse.
CBS changed the name of this telepic from "Shenandoah" between production and airing, but the web might as well have called it "Gone With the Breeze," so shameless a small-screen rip-off is this…
Toronto's Second City Theatre, Vancouver-based broadcaster Western Intl. Communications and actor/comedian John Candy have joined forces toward a Canadian comedy channel.